Flipped function application

Wvv vitea3v
Thu Oct 10 17:12:28 UTC 2013

Is it hard to read?

xs # map $ (+ 3) . snd 

Or do you prefer next?

map ((+3).snd) xs

Johan Tibell-2 wrote
> I'm against this proposal. If we think normal function composition (with
> the order of the functions "reversed"), is harder to read, then having
> both
> flipped and normal functions application is even worse, as you now have to
> both and switch your mindset every time you come across code that does the
> opposite of the code you just read.
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